It’s rare to see a wedding that so perfectly combines blinged out shoes, crystals and feathers with pure, understated tradition. And we’re loving the results! The Jewish wedding of Melissa Enson & Jonathan Watchman took place in charming, colonial Connecticut, with a reception at the Omni New Haven Hotel at Yale. Photography by Heartpprint Photography.
Melissa was a bride with traditional tastes. Everything about her style from her flowing floral appliqued gown to her lace trim veil was feminine, classic, and lovely. The beautiful bride kept the look fresh and modern with sparkling Swarovski beaded shoes and a feathered bouquet.
The wedding ketubah was an artful design of bright flowers with a blossoming tree, representing the Tree of Life.
Jewish Wedding Ceremony – Huppah & Tallit
The couple says their “I Do’s” under the chuppah while family holds the tallis (Jewish prayer shawl).
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The bride makes a quick change into a flirty second dress for the reception
Time to party! Everyone takes to the floor to celebrate while a live band keeps everyone entertained.
Nothing says “Jewish wedding” like the bride and groom chair lift and dancing the Hora.
Photographer: Heartprint Photography
Reception Venue: Omni New Haven Hotel at Yale
Editorial Partner: Two Bright Lights